Intelligent System Intricacies: Safety, Security and Risk Management Apprehensions of ITS

Gharehbaghi, K and Myers, M 2019, 'Intelligent System Intricacies: Safety, Security and Risk Management Apprehensions of ITS', in 8th International Conference on Industrial Technology and Management (ICITM), Cambridge, United Kingdom, United Kingdom, 3-6 March 2019, pp. 37-40.


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Collection: Conference Papers

Title Intelligent System Intricacies: Safety, Security and Risk Management Apprehensions of ITS
Author(s) Gharehbaghi, K
Myers, M
Year 2019
Conference name 8th International Conference on Industrial Technology and Management (ICITM)
Conference location Cambridge, United Kingdom, United Kingdom
Conference dates 3-6 March 2019
Proceedings title 8th International Conference on Industrial Technology and Management (ICITM)
Publisher IEEE
Place of publication Cambridge, United Kingdom, United Kingdom
Start page 37
End page 40
Total pages 4
Abstract While the general idea of Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) is to employ suitable, sophisticated information and communications technologies, however, such tool also encompass many system complexities. Fittingly, this paper aims to highlight the most contemporary system complications of ITS and in doing so, will also underline the safety, security and risk management concerns. More importantly, effectively treating such issues will ultimately improve the reliability and efficiency of transportation systems. Whereas such issues are among the most significant subjects for any intelligent system, for ITS in particular they the most dominant. For such intelligent systems, the safety, security and risk management issues must not only be decidedly prioritized, but also methodically integrated. As a part of such ITS integration, this paper will delicately examine the Emergency Management System (EMS) development and application. Accurate EMS is not only a mandatory feature of intelligent systems, but it is a fundamental component of ITS which will vigilantly respond to safety, security and risk management apprehensions. To further substantiate such scheme, the Sydney Metro's EMS will be also conferred. It was determined that, the Sydney Metro's EMS although highly advanced, it was also vigilantly aligned with specific designated safety, security and risk management strategies.
Subjects Transport Engineering
Keyword(s) Transportation System (ITS)
Emergency Management System (EMS)
safety
security and risk management apprehensions
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